"Don't leave today's work for tomorrow" پشاور
"Don't leave today's work for tomorrow"
It is a matter of years ago that there was wealthiest Chaudhry of a village. He used to eat all kinds of good food and wear good clothes. He also had many labours from whom he used to work in agriculture. It so happened that one day when Chaudhry went to the bazaar for some work, he saw some people praising a lawyer. The lawyer would tell a story of hundreds of rupees and explain a point of thousands of rupees. The thought came to his mind, let's go and hear something from the lawyer. Chaudhry Sahib went to the lawyer's house and asked him, "I have heard a lot of praise for your work. Please tell us something." I charge a rupee for telling one thing. Chaudhry's interest increased even more and he took fifteen ruppes out of his pocket and placed them in front of Lawyer. The Lawyer then wrote "Don't leave today's work for tomorrow" on a piece of paper and hand it over to Chaudhry.
When Chaudhry came back, the labourers had cut a lot of grain from the field. In the evening, they came to collect wages from Chaudhry Sahib. "The grain of the people is also lying outside and you have to deliver grain inside first", said Chaudhry. The labourers said that it is very late now and they are very tired. As soon as the sun rises in the morning, the grain will be delivered inside the house. "I have given a handsome amount of money to a lawyer for a saying that you don't put today's work for tomorrow", said Chaudhry. Therefore, you will keep the grain inside first. All the workers together delivered the grain inside the house and went home.
God willing, it rained heavily the same night and all the grain of the people was washed away in the water while Chaudhry's grain remained safe as it reached home.
Friends: This is also the principle of life. Those who do not leave today's work for tomorrow are the ones who are successful. Those who consider it good to do their work today. They do not see the day nor night. There is a passion to be, they want to tell the world and prove that if you work hard you will succeed, these great people dream big and have big thoughts and not just think and dream but They work day and night to fulfill them, they do not get tired, they do not admit defeat in front of the world like normal people, their failure is also their success. The success of such people becomes their destiny.
But unlike those who are accustomed to leaving today's work for tomorrow, they never succeed. They have no dreams and no destination to reach. They are in the world. Successful people are far behind in the race. Then the fate of such people is nothing but being pushed into the world.
Instead of taunting others or asking questions, ask yourself today. You are not the one who is used to leaving today's work for tomorrow. If so and you are not ready to get rid of this habit, then understand. Know that your step is also moving towards failure. And you will also start to be counted among the people who make a lot of plans but are not ready to implement them.
Finally, I shall say:
Learn something new
Create the urge to move forward
Make your dreams come true
Fulfil your dreams
Change yourself because if you change yourself then World will change.
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The Prime Minister Of Islamic Republic Of Pakistan IMRAN KHAN Inaugurate the openning cermonay today 13th of August, 2020.
The purpose of the project was to connect the whole city by the help of a rapid bus route that starts from CHAMKANI BALA and end at KARKHANU Martket Hayatabad industrail area . The project total cost is 66 billion rupees. and facilitate 2,203,000 people .
The proces to use these busess need a ZU card ( ZU is a Pashto word which means Lets go).
Developmental projects and Human Investment; both are the priorities of Prime Minister Imran Khan and his Federal and Provincial Teams.
There will be 450 buses in the BRT fleet.
for females who travel alone , they have pink buses.
Most of the time a person get tired of what he/she is doing in his/her life .
Sometime you are enjoying the company you are surrounded by.
Sometime the same company make you feel that you are in wrong place, on wrong time ,with wrong people. That is the first sign of doing the same work repeat and repeat .The repeat process is ducking you into depression if you are not enjoying what you are capable of doing .
At first phase few people understand that what's going to them and they divert there attention to something that really mean to them or they feel good with. That help them to therapy their brain, Like take OFF and spend Time with Family or friends . But these are those who is working or EMPLOYEE to any organisation .
WHAT's About unemployed Or Those who Do House job ?
Let me give you a living example on this one :
I am passing through some hard time these days not because of i am financially weak , Neither My marital life is the reason,Nor i am Educated that's the reason .
I will come to the point straight:
I am 28 years old ,Muslim by religion, married since 2020/12/12 , My qualification is Mp-hill (FINANCE), was a bright student with academic remarks of 3.59 CGPA in my final degree .
These days i am not feeling very well , i feel like i am burden on my family.Not because i am married or our aged or educated with unemployment. The thing that really pushing me to pain and sorrow and loneliness ,none of these .
i am very sensitive and i cant bear a harsh statements if i am the point of attention or you can say the target or argument .
OK so, i made an argument last night with DAD that i am not going to participate in family business until i get my New Car.
here the point is i have my BIKE and CAR too .Then why i asked about another one ? was Car really the thing i needed or its just the Thing that start argument for no reason ?
i have these Questions all the time when i argue with DAD .
i never argue with anyone else only Dad is the center of this behavior .So Last Night i slept with tears and today woke up early then i do normally,as i am jobless and doing nothing in my life ,just social media stuff, movies,Facebook.Instagram etc .
When i woke up ,i start thinking about last night conversation and felt very depressed Because of my behavior with Dad .
WHAT TO DO?
What to do when you feel depressed ?
so when i woke up today morning ,i realized that my behavior wasn't acceptable for no one .this is what i think right now .
So i started Browsing about depression and realized that i should write on it and mention myself in it so i can release what i have kept that long inside of me.
It helps when you feel Down or depressed of something or addicted to anything that causing you inside damage and you are melting inside .you cant discuss or you don't have that much energy to discuss or you are worried what they will think about Me Bla bla bla bla bla .
Man Just stop, Your are Hurting yourself by Overthinking.
Pack you Bag if you are financially strong enough and Explore the world ,or Country,Province,Village/valley .You need therapy , relax yourself , you need a Break . Break from your job, business, Duty. Go and explore the nature you will find your answers or any direction that lead you to joy and happy Time.
Always share yourself with someone you trust on .Never judge yourself when you are Depressed .
Breath the fresh air, and disclose your inside to anyone you believe in that can listen you and can help out . help is the 2nd option .First you have to let it come-out .When it come-out you will feel relief, because that is the thing that causing depression.
I pray everyone out there reading this article May you come out of any kind of Depression that felt you Down sometime . Amen
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I will not be playing any part in British politics while I am Bar chairman Paul Harris His membership of the Liberal Democrats is also being viewed by some as problematic given the soured relationship between the government and Britain over Londons creation of a new pathway to citizenship for millions of Hongkongers eligible for British National (Overseas) status due to concerns over the national security law. Hong Kong announced last month the passports could no longer be used for travel and last week said banks would no longer accept them as identification. Harris, who was called to the Bar in 1993 and became a senior counsel in 2006, noted that under association rules chairmen were free to belong to a political party and were not required to disclose the affiliation. I will not be playing any part in British politics while I am Bar chairman, [and] I am not a member of any Hong Kong political party, he told the Post on Wednesday. Since winning the uncontested election last month, Harris has attracted criticism from Beijings representatives over his views on the national security law. He said he would explore the possibility of getting the Hong Kong government to agree to some modifications to the security law, which was imposed by the National Peoples Congress Standing Committee, the countrys top legislative body, last June. Harris suggested some provisions were at odds with rights guaranteed under the Basic Law, the citys mini-constitution. We are not a political organisation, Hong Kong Bar Association says But Beijings two top agencies overseeing Hong Kong affairs lashed out at him, saying the standing committee had the unquestionable and sacred power to enact laws in Hong Kong. Earlier this week, members of the pro-establishment camp asked Harris to resign after British media reported he was a Liberal Democrat and had only stepped down as an elected councillor of the Oxford City Council before his election. Harris told the Post he had been a member of the Liberal Democrats, for most of my adult life, but did not say whether he would quit the party to avoid any potential conflict of interest. Former Bar Association chairman Ronny Tong Ka-wah, who advises the city leader as a member of her de facto cabinet, the Executive Council, said he was disappointed with Harris stance. It is not just about resigning from a job, he said. It is his membership of a British political party that is problematic. As far as I can remember, we have never had a serving chairman affiliated with a political party and when Hong Kongs relationship with Britain is now so bad, how can you perform your function properly? But this is not the first time an association chairman has come under fire for ties with a political organisation. In 2008, then association chairman Rimsky Yuen Kwok-keung, who was the citys justice secretary from 2012 to 2018, announced he had agreed to serve as a delegate to the Guangdong Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Conference, the provincial governments top advisory body. Tong, then an opposition lawmaker of the Civic Party, at the time joined his party colleagues in calling on Yuen to choose between the two roles. Yuen stayed on because members of the Bar Council supported him, believing that the post could help the profession in tapping into mainland Chinese opportunities but some current members did not even know about the political affiliation of Harris, he said. Tong denied claims by his former Civic Party colleagues he was holding the two men to different standards, and insisted it was the opposition politicians who were being less critical of Harris than they were previously of Yuen. I would just appeal to Harris conscience, Tong said. If he believes that it would help the Bar, he should resign. Some of Harris backers also pointed out that some heads of large China-based institutions were foreigners with overseas political affiliations. At the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, for instance, Danny Alexander, a Liberal Democrat, serves as a vice-president. But Tong argued the two types of bodies could not be compared, noting the Bar Association listed the maintenance of the honour and independence of the bar as a critical mission. Outgoing Bar Association chair calls for renewing of contacts amid tensions with Beijing Barrister and pro-establishment lawmaker Priscilla Leung Mei-fun, who advises Beijing on issues related to the citys mini-constitution on the Basic Law Committee, also urged the Bar Council to consider whether Harris should stay on, arguing the associations credibility had been undermined. As long as the associations relationship with Beijing remained tense, young barristers would suffer, she argued. 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The rules only required candidates to be registered in Hong Kong as a barrister and have practised for more than 10 years. As soon as the association speaks up on the ... Basic Law the leaders in Beijing take it as an affront to their authority Alan Leong, Civic Party chairman The member also questioned why Harris should step down when Yuen had been allowed to stay on. Civic Party chairman Alan Leong Kah-kit, who served as association chairman after Tong from 2001 to 2003, said conflicts between the association and Beijing would be inevitable as long as their understanding of the rule of law differed. While we use the law to keep public power under check and protect human rights and freedoms that system on the mainland was meant to ensure that policies promulgated by the Communist Party must be implemented without hiccups, he said. So as soon as the association speaks up on the promises and guarantees under the Basic Law the leaders in Beijing take it as an affront to their authority and a challenge to their political power. This is most unfortunate. Leong noted many members of Britains legal guilds were members of major parties. 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